Dark Plants To Feed Your Gothic Soul

You want black plants? Here are some black plants!

Black gardens are all the rage right now, and why wouldn't they be? They are incredibly stunning. There are entire groups created with a focus on "gothic gardening," and I know I've been bitten by the desire for more dark plants around my home.

This list of 10 black plants is a great place to begin if you want to create a Gothic Garden of your own, or just add a pop of black to your garden this year. From Queen of the Night Tulips to Black Pansies, there are a lot of accessible flowers that you've probably already grown with other color variations, making many of these easy for anyone.

Do you want more black in your garden this year? If so, which flowers do you plan on planting?

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